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INDKI'KNDKNCK, l'OLK COUNTY, OUKCJON, APRIL 7, 1904.
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THE MONMOUTH LAUNDRY
H. D. WHITMAN, Proprietor
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GOOD WORK, PROMPT DELIVERY
WorK Called forTueid.y Delivered Saturday
Kirkpatrick Carries Two of the
Three Dallas Precincts But
Loses In County.
Largest Primary Vote In History
of Independence Polled
Under Clear Skies
Tli" I'l.lk nullity primaries have
jtiht'rliiNmi n this isue goes to
lr hm. Tin storm centers cffinfil
to tm Independence and Pallas,
There never was such ft vote polled
ut IimIi 'ifiiii me primaries us to
day. Till! Wrllther WHS lifll' and
Ikiji yards mid farm demanded nil
the l.ilmr tll!lt could !' IJJllMeri'd
hut people left, their work and came
ill tlj Vnll. Tlll'TK IVITC 'IM V()t'H
1'ift in the two precincts, "-' in the
cutiili mill l'i'.l in llm north pre
cinct. Tim linif up wu on Kirk
phtricK fr Mtutu m'liator with Scott;
I.Hiigliry 11 ml J. M. Hurk in the
lii-l'l t& K. I.. Keyt an r dark
lmriin. Huulh Indi'jMMideufo went
IS to 21 againnt Ki.kimlrick while
th mirth ircinot went !M to "
Vnry littln interest was intnl
frnwd at MonnioiUh, lh repuhti
cans there haviiig dcfiJt'd to keep
out of the nenntoritil contort. Only
oiih fct of delegates was put up
and the? 'are all of the best citizens
of that community.
The report from Dallas is that
Kirkpatrick earned by 19 to 10
over I.aughary. He carried ths
North and Kast precincts while
Lnughry held the Third.
A dispatch from Falls City gives
I.audiarr 7 and Kirkpatrick 1
delegate. Delegates elsctsd:
N Independence S Independence
In the Flcl.l of I'olllics.
M. W. Mix
I II. Ingram
C. N. Thorp
E M. Young
J. Darn life
W. T. Hoffman
K. L. Ketch urn
L. IT. Josne
J. II. Burton
U. j. Frazer
E. E. Paddock
It. II. Knox
F. A. Patterson
S. It. Irvine
J. E. Hubbard
F. H. Wilson
J. L. Hanna
J. W. lirooks
Following is a list of the dele
gates elected bv the two Monmouth
LIVERY, FEED AND BOARDING STABLE
. W. DICKINSON, Prop.
(!.k1 Kis for Conunorml Men a Vy
(louil ac.-omm.Hlations. Horsn w.- 1 M. lino
riKs. HorsoH hoitnlnl hy .lay, week or month.
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PEDEE LUMBER CO.
Hough and Dicsso.1 Lumh.-r.
WHS Cut to Onlor. Vr'm Wi?ht.
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PEDEE LUMBER CO.
K. II. Whitman
L. Red well
J. II. Moran
II . Port wood
Though loners, the Kirkpatrick
following in Independence made a
valiant fight- His forces were led
by W. Percivnl. and after the
ballot was counted showed him
self made of the proper stuff by as
suring the convention of his loyal
support for the nomln of next
Saturday's convention. "V can't
nay but Percival put up a hard but
fair fight," remarked one of the
delegates after election and ha ad
ded, "His course has really
strengthened him here."
The Nazaar given by the ladies
of the Christian church on the
evening of March 31st waa a very
successful affair. A special motor
was run from Monmouth bringing
a large nnmber. The program,
consisting of recitations, vocal and
instrumental music, was very good.
Many articles of value was put up
for sale and quite a snug sum was
realized from the sale.
Jtnl'o Martin L. Pipe of
Portland, urn! Jnmes McCain of
Mc.Mirinville, were in town
i ucrtilay, uml beloro leaving
Polk county virtitcd the county
Kent. Jiidgo M( Cnin in n promi
nent cnii'liilulc! for circuit judge,
inn 1ms been endorsed by old
Yamhill, tlio county tlmt gener
ally gets wluit it goes after utxl
i,i not baekwurd ubotit going
ul'ter tilings. Judge. Pipes re
heiited the wTUnutiiiii that Lid
trip to Polk at tlii-i time was for
the purpo.-o of "living things"
for the nominal ion of Lis friend
Mct'siiu. mid in truth Hie judge's
reminiscent mood while hen
would indicate bin tuiml was not
creiitlv burdened with thinL'M
political. "See that old build
ing," he reniiiiked pointing to
the rear end of the residence of
J. M. Stark near the depot
"1 here is where 1 taught my
first Hehool. I licked brats here
in lS7o that now have families
and grand-children. Why yes.
I have licked Andy Tupper lots
of time." Put it was not as
school teacher, Judge Pipes
most brilliantly shone when u
resident of tin's section some thir
ty years nsjo. The satire of his
pen left the most lasting impres
sion. The judge is one of the
state's most finished newspaper
writers. In earlier days ho was
a democrat and the way he cari
catured the republican candi.
dates of Polk county during one
campaign was something fierce
The judge accused candidates of
drinking plain water on the cam
paign. Later ho won distinction
in the field of journalism by
writing a message for Governor
Pennoyer. Judge Pipes is one
of the ablest lawyers in the state
and his traveling companion
Judge McCain, for native legal
ability belongs at the head
of the list. He once served
this district as prosecuting at
torney, and the confidence of the
peoplo in his legal ability will
go far toward securing him the
republication nomination for
circuit judge. B. L. Eddy, an
other aspirant, is geographically
shutt off by Yamhill county,
since Kddy would have to jump
from Tillamook to the valley to
get support, and Russell Wyatt,
another candidate, is in Burns,
Harney county, trying a murder
THE CITY COUNCIL
Regular Meeting of the City Coun
cil, Considers Communica
tion from League.
Politics and other matters pr
ven ted a large attendance ut the
Improvement League meeting Muii
day night but matters ot interent
to the commtiiiily were dicussed
and another meeting set for Mon
The report of the committee,
j aniJp.inR.J of Dr. Ketehun and G.
A. iiurW, iijijxinted to investigate
tlju e.uiiiujy euiiditious of the town,
wa read and adopted and the sec
retary was instructed to transmit a
cpy of the rej ort to the city coun
W. P. Daggett, of the thriving
town of Eola, was in town the
first of the week. Mr. Daggett
is a Jeffersonian democrat and
is u candidate for county treas-
f i j l . 1
urer. co lar ne is tne oniy one
known to Ue aspiring to that po
sition on the democratic side,
and his chances for the nomina
tion are good.
County Judge J. B. Ryan of
Clackamas county, will bo a
candidate- for secretary of state
two years hence. Claude Gatch
of Salem, is also said to be look
ing forward to the same place.
A petition has been in circu
lation in Independence this
week asking for the placing of
the name of Judge R. Y. Boise
on the official ballot to be voted
on for circuit judge.
Steps Will Be Taken to Get Sur
vey and Estimate on Cost
of Gty Sewerage.
The regular semi-ri rmthly meet
ing ot ll,e city couneu .Momlay I jn connrction with the report
eveidi.g'found Mavr Cooper in the j th(J secretary was directed to re
chair undthe fp.a of evry alder- Luej,t tue council to secure eati
man under hi- renpeetiva d--rk. I m.lU.g on tJj( Cwsl (lf Hewering the
Two C'lmmui iealibiis were pre-1 town, usruring the council of the
sented from the Ind-jiendTice Im- ! co operation of the League in the
provement League, one aking for J matter.
the putting down of cement side- Tlie report of trie committee on
walks and the other for procuring i new buildings was not tuhmitted.
estimates on the cot-t of establish-; The League will meet in the city
ing a city sewerage system.
The couiaiunication concerning
sidewalks asked for the -laying of
cement walks from the bridge to
"D" street along Main, on Mon
mouth and C from Main to the
Railroad street and from C to the
depot on second street. The com
munication was referred to the or
The sicond communication as
sured the couucil of the co opera
tion of the League in the matter of
establishing a sewer system for the
city. As a first step it was re
quested that estimates be obtained
on the cest. The communication
embodied the report of the special
committee, of the League. The at
titude of of the council was friend-
1t toward the proposition and if
the estimates are within the bounds
of reasonable cost, there is no ap
parent obstacle in the way of a
sewerage system. The matter was
referred to the committee on streets.
During the session the bonds of
J. It. Cooper, for conducting the
Gem saloon, and I, L. Smith for
his saloon were approved.
Bills were allowed as follows:
D. B. Eoydaton, hauling hose $1.50.
Water and Light Co., light and
water for March, $106.
A. J. Tupper, salary and street
W. G.Sharmsn.recorders fees $7.80.
B. M. Atkins, mouth piece for
The committee on the sale of
band horns reported receipt of $20.
There was discussion of the mat
ter of street cleaning t ut no action
hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening.
The Water Cure.
The old method of flogging
recalcitrant prisoners has been
abandoned at the Oregon peniten
tiary. Punishment now consista
of cold water applied to the naked
body by means of a hose. Give us
the good old-fashioned cat-o-nine-tails
justice and save your water,
Dallas City Election.
Dallas had city election Mon
day but little interest was aroused.
It resulted in the re-election of the
three councilmen. ,
Buaaia lastets that sbe haa "not eom
fcenced to fight yet" Aa much mleat
be inferred from the geoeral tetAt at
the dispatches from the seat of war.
It does not require a war expert to
figure out that the tax collectors will
be busy In both Bnssla and Japan long
after the fighting is over.
Anyway, President Smith should feel
eheAred and encouraged by the unani
mous sympathy ot fcla Bre lafjje families.
house. Enquire at
Cures Coughs and Colds.
Mrs, C. Peterson, 625 Lake 8t., To
peka, Kansas, says: "Of all cough rem
edies Ballard's Horehound Syrup is
my favorite; it has done and will do all
that is claimed for it to speedily cure
all coughs and colds and it is so sweet
and pleasant to the taste." 25c, 50c, $1
bottle. Sold by A. 8. Locke.
BEFORE THEY ARE ALL SOLD OUT
Complete Sofa Pillow and
Embroidery Outfit Worth $ I
All we do is simply display these handsome Com- ?
plete Embroidery Outfits, and they sell themselves. J
EACH OUTFIT CONTAINS: f
1 Handsome Tinted Sofa Pillow, Including Bnek. j
1 Specially Written Diagram Lesson by a Japanese Expert Needle Worker. I
4 Skeins (if Kichardson's Grand Prize Greciau Floss Suitable for Working
1 Pair of Good Serviceable Embroidery Hoops. I
Choice ot new Designs: Uiolet, Pan$ OMldKese, Poppy.
People's Cash Store,